Due to the nature of this color, it may appear to be off-white or dark grey, depending on lighting conditions.
We can even change the surface of the label to that similar of a white boards’s. The label can be then used as a reusable sticky note on any metallic surfaces!
Touching on the label, what appears to be sand-blasted finishing in the background is actually the result of chemical etching.
The sample seen above is sporting a gold acrylic top plate with uv-printing, resulting in a slightly embossed finishing compared to other conventional methods of printing.
The 20mm-thick acrylic is first laser-cut to shape and texts, and then sanded-down to remove any uneven surfaces.
The black hand-brushed characters etched into the brass oozes of premium quality.
Well it’s not everyday that we get to see some form of branding from the Central Narcotics Bureau in Singapore, not that any is required.
The refreshing orange and familiar logo always brings forth relaxing memories lazing at the beach, or having beach volley ball games with friends.
Interestingly, Visa knew about colorless etching without us having to propose to them this option.
In hindsight, they should’ve went for brass instead, as our gold-plating is too reflective due to its near-mirror finishing.